Woman accused of running a cocaine delivery service on the North Shore of Sydney refused bail

Blonde woman accused of running a cocaine delivery service on the prosperous North Shore of Sydney & # 39; could not be involved in the & # 39; because she & # 39; lacks the sophistication & # 39 ;, says her lawyer

  • Young blonde woman is accused of leading & # 39; sophisticated & # 39; drug ring in Sydney
  • Her lawyer says she couldn't be involved because she & # 39; lacks the sophistication & # 39;
  • Razija & # 39; Rosa & # 39; Adilovic, 25, and her partner Gabriel Issa were arrested in March
  • The couple was charged with knowingly conducting the activities of a criminal group

A young blonde woman accused of running a cocaine delivery service on the affluent north coast of Sydney & # 39; cannot be involved & # 39; because she & # 39; lacks the refinement & # 39 ;, a court has heard.

Razija & # 39; Rosa & # 39; Adilovic, 25, was refused bail after appearing on Wednesday via a video link in the NSW Supreme Court because her lawyer had unsuccessfully argued for her release.

She was arrested at her home in Campsie on March 15, along with her partner Gabriel Issa.

Razija & # 39; Rosa & # 39; Adilovic (photo), 25, intends to stay behind bars after she appeared in a NSW Supreme Court via video link

Razija & # 39; Rosa & # 39; Adilovic (photo), 25, intends to stay behind bars after she appeared in a NSW Supreme Court via video link

Mrs. Adilovic was arrested in her Campsie house on March 15, next to her partner Gabriel Issa (photo left)

Mrs. Adilovic was arrested in her Campsie house on March 15, next to her partner Gabriel Issa (photo left)

Mrs. Adilovic was arrested in her Campsie house on March 15, next to her partner Gabriel Issa (photo left)

The couple was charged with knowingly leading the activities of a criminal group and delivering more than half a kilo of cocaine at McMahons Point.

According to news.com.au, Mrs. Adilovic's defense asked the judge why a 25-year-old woman with no criminal history was involved in such businesses.

Her defense also suggested that Mr. Issa had a bad influence on the young woman and that she & # 39; did not have the sophistication that someone else had in covering their tracks & # 39 ;.

The crown gathered evidence against the pair, along with six others, of more than 500 individual drug stocks, the court heard.

Justice Desmond Fagan said there was no evidence that Adilovic would commit further crime.

Justice Fagan said the violation & # 39; very serious & # 39; wax and a high degree of sophistication & # 39; had.

The couple was charged with knowingly leading the activities of a criminal group and delivering more than half a kilo of cocaine at McMahons Point

The couple was charged with knowingly leading the activities of a criminal group and delivering more than half a kilo of cocaine at McMahons Point

The couple was charged with knowingly leading the activities of a criminal group and delivering more than half a kilo of cocaine at McMahons Point

The 25-year-old was emotional when she appeared via a video link and wiped her eyes while the judge spoke to the court.

Members of her family showed their support by appearing in court and looked visibly stressed when her bail was denied.

It is claimed that Mrs. Adilovic and Mr. Issa are a & # 39; drug-operated phone & # 39; used to trade cocaine with hundreds of customers on the north coast.

The police claim couple then used a second telephone to arrange the delivery of the medicine.

The phones were also used to send mass messages to customers in an effort to promote their drug business.

The 25-year-old was emotional when she appeared via a video link and wiped her eyes while the judge spoke to the court

The 25-year-old was emotional when she appeared via a video link and wiped her eyes while the judge spoke to the court

The 25-year-old was emotional when she appeared via a video link and wiped her eyes while the judge spoke to the court

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